Jen Bobich

Massage Therapist

Massage is a calling for Jen. Fitness, wellness, and massage have been a lifelong interest of hers. After 20 years as a geologist, Jen was ready for a change into a career that would allow her to help others. She enrolled in a massage program at the Colorado School of Healing Arts expecting relaxation massage to hold her interest. She soon discovered sports and medical massage practices enthralled her. This realization led her to study the amazing benefits of sports, structural, and deep tissue massage methods.

Jen spends as much time as possible hiking, skiing, mountain biking, rafting, and running in this beautiful state. Massage treatments helped her recover from athletic injuries and maintain muscle health, so she understands the value of combining a regular massage program with physical therapy and activity. She plans to continue building her skills in therapeutic massage to help others achieve the same success. It makes her very happy to see the relief in clients from these techniques. Jen now loves every day in her new “office”!

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Jessie Bailey

Licensed Massage Therapist

Jessie has been a massage therapist since 2012. She has been working in chiropractic and physical therapy offices since 2014 and is very familiar with the patterns of dysfunction and imbalance that occur with specific injuries and trauma throughout the body. Jessie’s interest in rehabilitation has led her to pursue an education as a physical therapist assistant, which she has been using side by side with massage in her practice since 2017. She believes that exercise and relaxation go hand in hand as equally important aspects of healing. Jessie sees the rehabilitative process as a team effort, between all the practitioners working together and most importantly with the patient at the center of treatment.

Specialities Include:

  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Myofascial Release
  • Craniosacral Therapy
  • Medical Massage
  • Postural Exercise
  • Rock Taping
  • Scar Tissue Massage
  • Prenatal Massage
  • Active Release Technique
  • Trigger Point Release

Bobbi Neill

Licensed Massage Therapist

Growing up with health and wellness as a staple in her life, Bobbi knew she was destined to work in the industry. She attended the Colorado School of Healing Arts and graduated in 2016. After four years of working in the spa environment, providing deep relaxation and therapeutic massage to her clients, she has brought her talents into the specialty of chiropractic massage. Through her healing touch, Bobbi integrates different modalities of massage into one customized massage designed to work with the clients specific needs and concerns.

Specialities Include:

  • Deep Tissue
  • Swedish Facilitated
  • Myofascial Release
  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Sports Massage Techniques Including Stretching
  • Hot Stone Massage
  • Aromatherapy

Outside of her passion for massage Bobbi enjoys everything the great outdoors has to offer, including hiking, camping, backpacking and sports of all kinds. Also an avid traveler, she believes it’s essential to immerse yourself into different cultures to see how healthy lifestyles and customs vary around the world.

Alexandra Rose

Exercise Specialist and Fascial Stretch Therapist

Lexy holds a Masters in Exercise Physiology from Columbia University, a personal training certification with the National Academy of Sports Medicine, a Pilates mat certification through BASI, and is a level 2 Fascial Stretch Therapist. Lexy has experience working within physical therapy clinics, within corporate and commercial gyms, and with private in-home clients. Mrs. Rose is also the Founder and Owner of StretchWorks LLC. You can find out more about her experience, services, and pricing at Stretch.Works.

What is Fascial Stretch Therapy?

Fascial Stretch Therapy, also called FST, is an innovative system of manual techniques and training used on clients and patients by certified professionals that can rapidly eliminate pain, improve mobility, restore impaired function and enhance both athletic performance and recovery.

The following points are what make FST different than many other techniques:

  • Pain free
  • Rapid results
  • Long lasting to permanent outcomes
  • Many clients who have experienced other therapies and training report never feeling as good as after getting an FST session.

What to Expect in a Fascial Stretch Therapy™ Session?

After a conversation about your needs and goals, and then an assortment of functional movement tests and other assessments, you lie on a comfortable table, which has soft stabilizing straps that may be used to secure your body. The straps are used because the FST practitioner will be moving your body in particular ways to both assess and restore movement that has been lost, is painful and/or weak or is simply of poor overall mobility. Extremely gentle movements may be used if you are in pain or they may be more vigorous if you are training for an athletic activity. In any case, the session is created around your needs so specific goals are addressed.


Laura Thompson

Clinic Director

Laura has a true passion for taking care of others. She is currently enrolled in classes to obtain a Bachelors of Science in Nursing Degree so she can continue taking care of people for many years to come. She thrives working in an environment that allows her to work closely with patients while getting to know them on a personal level. Optimal health and wellness is also important for her. She enjoys being outside and in her free time she loves to take her dogs to the park, hike, snowboard, and play soccer. She loves to cook and try new recipes and recently picked up an interest in painting. While Laura is a Colorado native and loves her state, she one day hopes to live near a beach.

Beatriz Holleman

Front Desk Executive

Beatriz is a Texas native that has lived in Colorado since 2015. She received her bachelors in integrative healthcare at MSU and plans on continuing her education in holistic health.

In her free time she enjoys taking walks, cooking, reading, playing with her cat, and spending time with family and friends.


Front Desk Executive

Alayna is originally from Wisconsin and moved to Colorado in 2021 in search of better weather and mountains. She is currently working towards her bachelors degree in heath and wellness. She enjoys hiking, cooking, and taking road trips. She loves spending time outside and being in nature.